ID issued by U.S. government to include name, photograph and expiration that is
ID issued by US military for active and retired servers must have expiration date
or designate expiration date is indefinite. Military dependants’ ID must have
ID issued by Commonwealth of PA
ID issued by PA Department of Transportation, not more than 12 months past
Valid-without-photo drivers’ license or valid-without-photo ID card issued by
PennDOT for those with religious objection to being photographed
Employee ID issued by municipality of PA to include name, photograph, and an
expiration date that is not expired
ID issued by accredited PA public or private institution of higher learning to
include name, photograph, and expiration date not expired
ID issued by PA care facility (assisted living, nursing homes) to include name,
photograph, and expiration date not expired
Reference: Need a Photo ID? Flyer, Senator Shirley M. Kitchen, Senate Box 203003, Harrisburg,
PA 17120-3003, 717 787 6735, Email: email@example.com , www.senatorkitchen.com ,
Obtained Thursday, May 31, 2012, Voter Education Meeting
Good morning EPIC Leaders,Girard College Parent Leaders and all other Community Leaders!
On Thursday, May 31, 2012, I attended a Voter ID Education Forum, sponsored by the Northwest EPIC Community Stakeholder Group. The information you find below and attached was received. Please review and share with your networks, clients, friends,and families to do your part in educating, strengthening, and supporting our communities using your unique gifts and talents. Please be on the watch for more Voter ID Education Forums in your neighborhoods as new information continues to develop before November 6, 2012. A huge thankyou goes to Ms. Nan Rhone, Northwest EPIC Coordinator and her leadership team!!!
Thank you all for what you do.
EPIC forever! (Equal Partners In Change)
Bernice C. Holman, MPA
Logan Olney EPIC Community Stakeholder Group
Girard College Family Association
From: Holman, Bernice
Sent: Fri, Jun 1, 2012 4:28 pm
Subject: Voter ID Education/Information Resource
Kindly please advise your clients/families you serve of the following regarding the PA Voter ID law that is effective for the upcoming election of November 6, 2012.
PA residents must have acceptable forms of ID. See the attached listing for details.
Unacceptable forms of ID are: Veterans ID, Medicare/Medicaid ID and Out-of-state College ID
Alternate Ballots- Voters of age 65+, having a disability, and their polling place is not-fully handicapped accessible, are exempt from Voter ID requirements and must use an Alternate Ballot to have their vote count.
Voters of other circumstance may use a Provisional Ballot at any polling place
and have six days to prove ID/current address. If Philadelphia voters have any questions or problems on November 6th
, at their polling place, they are instructed to seek help directly from the Office of the Commissioner, City Hall, Room 130, Philadelphia, PA 19107, 215 686 3460
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to the credit of Northwest EPIC Community Stakeholder Group, Nazarine CDC, State Senator Shirley Kitchen, State Representative Rosita Youngblood, Office of Commissioner, Committee of Seventy, and the American Civil Liberties Union.
Bernice C. Holman, MPA
First Judicial District of Pennsylvania
Pretrial Services Division
Conditional Release Unit
Philadelphia, PA 19102
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